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 REXX vs Python General Information 12/1/2001
 Random Number Generators and the SCOUG Raffle Program Articles 5/1/1994
 Referencing REXX Functions Tips 4/1/1998
 Reflections on SCOUG's Current Events  4/3/2001
 Relishing OS/2 Reviews 12/1/1994
 Remember December?  1/1/1998
 Remember OS/2 Resellers  12/1/1998
 Representing Special Characters on the Web  2/1/1998
 Results of the Newsletter Survey Commentary 1/1/1995
 Review Software Available  2/1/1997
 Rodney Myers builds a Dinosaur Articles 10/1/1996
 Roll Your Own Articles 5/1/1996
 Running for Office?  2/1/1998


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